Letten Schemes

Letten Schemes

Information for creditors and investors of the Letten Schemes.

Information for creditors and investors of the Letten Schemes.

 

Appointment type: Receiver and Manager
Liquidator
Appointment dates: 25 February 2010
4 March 2010
30 July 2010
13 May 2011
4 November 2011
Entities in receivership: Letten Schemes
Letten Companies
Additional Letten Schemes & Companies
ACN: Refer to schedule
Appointee: Damian Templeton
Office: Melbourne
Hotline: Australia: 1800 882 944
International: +61 3 9838 4238
Email: lettenschemes@kpmg.com.au


Initial Appointment

Damian Templeton and Philip Hennessy were appointed Joint and Several Receivers and Managers of the companies and schemes outlined opposite ("Letten Schemes") by the Federal Court of Australia ("the Court") on 25 February 2010 following an application by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

The Court also appointed Mr Templeton and Mr Hennessy as Receivers and Managers of the Property of the SY21 Retail Scheme (to the extent it relates to the interests of investors) on 4 March 2010, and some additional Letten Schemes and Companies on 30 July 2010.

Mr Templeton and Mr Hennessy were then appointed as liquidators by the Court of the companies on 13 May 2011 and 4 November 2011.

Mr Hennessy subsequently resigned as Receiver and Manager and liquidator on around 25 April 2015.


Receivership Update

The Receiver will shortly be issuing an update to all. Investors should refer to the most recent general update issued on 27 January 2015 (PDF 136KB).


Court Documents

Many documents previously available on this website have been removed where they relate to issues that were finalised some time ago. Digital copies of previous documents are available free of charge on request to lettenschemes@kpmg.com.au.

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